One way we at SwimSwam are dealing with our pain is taking a look back at what ended up being the last taper meets of the NCAA season
Walker has extensive head coaching experience, and replaces Jordan Wolfrum on Bill Dorenkott’s Ohio State staff.
Maida spent last season as a volunteer assistant with Indiana, where he was a part of the program’s dual Big Ten conference title season.
Wisconsin head coach Yuri Suguiyama is no stranger to women’s distance freestylers: he was Katie Ledecky’s coach when she won her first Olympic gold.
Caskey heads to Palo Alto after four seasons serving as an assistant at Wisconsin.
Suguiyama’s 3-year contract was extended to run through June of 2022.
Virginia seems to have done well by stealing an assistant from a conference rival. Will UNC learn from them and go after Tyler Fenwick?
Elmbrook Swim Club’s Kaylyn School will remain in-state to swim for the University of Wisconsin in 2020-21.
Stanford still leads handily with unanimous #1 votes, but the trio behind them are as close as can be.
Beata Nelson smashed the all-time record in the women’s 100 yard back in a time of 49.67.
Madison’s own Derek Toomey is returning to the pool deck, this time as a volunteer coach for the Badgers.
Ella Eastin and Stanford chase a third-straight NCAA team title. Who are the top challengers? A conference rival you probably saw coming and a couple more teams you might not have.
Gough will remain in Australia to train for the 2020 Olympics.
Suguiyama’s first collegiate meet as a head coach takes place Friday.
Purdue head swim coach Dan Ross dropped an unofficial announcement this morning that Purdue will be hosting an “all star meet” between the Big Ten and ACC on November 9th-11th.